Give Get Grow


You can support The Nest
Project by donating childrens
clothes and equipment for ages 0-5.


You can request clothes, equipment and toiletries from us for your child completely for free. If you are a professional you can do this on behalf of a family you are working with. You can also pop into our toddler groups to make an order.


We know how fast children grow, so you can request items as and when you need.

Our Story

Here at The Nest Project, we aim to serve families who are experiencing financial pressure by providing free clothing, equipment and toiletries to children under the age of 5 in BANES. We are also here to be a listening ear and to point you in the direction of other services that you can access.

During term times we run drop-in toddler groups where you can order items that you need. We would love to welcome you in for a cup of tea and cake, and create a space for you to chat whilst your little ones play. Head to our GET page for more details.

Why? 1/3 of children under the age of 5 in the South West are living in poverty. We want to help give children the start in life that they deserve by being an easily accessible and free service so that no child goes without. We are a Vineyard Bath compassion project that is committed to blessing and serving those in our community.

Who? Anyone living in BANES can come along to one of our groups and use our service. We understand that children grow quickly and you're welcome to keep on coming back as you need items. If you are an agency or foster carer, you can fill in a form on our GET page and access our service on behalf of a client without attending one of our groups.

How? We rely on donations of mostly second hand items, given to us by other families in the area who no longer need them. We love that we are reusing and recycling items that are already in our community, and are able to pass them on to those who need them.

See how you can access items here.

To donate items or find out about volunteering click here.

Impact Report 2022-2023

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